JackMaster Spaz wrote: »
This is a photo compilation cataloging my horrendously patchy neckbeard through the month of September.
About a week in
Three weeks in
And after a month all semblance of civilization is gone from my life, I have evolved into a something more organic.
The power of the patchy neckbeard
Weaver wrote: »
What's a fool got to do to hang with you sometime?
I've got some facial scrub.
Tonkka wrote: »
Seriously, My beard is getting EPIC this winter.
Zonugal wrote: »
We talking about facial hair?
Who does that?
Weaver wrote: »
a few more days and I'm going to have to trim back the 'stache hairs so as they don't poke my upper lip so much
As an old, charismatic Vervunhive smeltery output-leader, he ended up leading a guerrilla scratch company against the Zoican invaders. He lost an eye and through injury became lame during the war in Vervunhive but regarded the injury as a badge of pride. After joining Tanith First, he was still seen as a sort of totem for the Verghastite half of the regiment. He was effectively the Verghastites' version of Colm Corbec, and like the Tanith officer, Soric was universally liked and respected. His great-grandmother had been a witch, and as a seventh son of a seventh son, Soric was destined to share this talent. He never showed any psychic powers until Phantine, where he saved Corbec's life by simply 'knowing' that he had a blood poisoning. Since then, he started receiving messages, apparently written by himself, which told him critical information from the battlefield as well as events that would happen in the future.
Despite being instrumental in winning on Herodor, he was taken away by the black ships after the battle. When taken by the Black Ships, Soric was a confirmed Beta-Level Psyker. His last action was slipping a note to Commissar Hark which read, "Help me." Since Soric's departure Gaunt has been plagued by dreams of a familiar, screaming voice that he knew but could not recognise. Soric returns in 'Only in Death' as a 'Sanctioned' (psyker). Soric is a physical wreck, having been altered to help improve his Psychic abilities (including having his ears cropped off and replaced with psy-augmenters and having his 1 remaining eye sewn shut). He is inadvertently responsible for the "hauntings" the Ghosts had been experiencing, as he was attempting to contact them. It is here where he informs Commissar Hark that Gaunt is a prisoner, not dead. He asks for Hark to kill him which he does (telling him to make it 'Commissar style' so Hark would not be brought up on charges).
Wombat!! wrote: »
I'll do what I do every November: not shave for a week, then look in the mirror at 6 in the morning, get scared at the skreegly sight that is myself, and shave faster than I ever have in my life.
CrackedLens wrote: »
Joe, my bro in law rocks that mustache all year round
but hes a firefighter so its 10x as awesome
i havent shaved since October 14th, dont plan on shaving until my birthday in march
i am gonna look horrible